VASILE MACIU (Bucharest, Romania) Ion Heliade Radulescu in the Romanian Revolution of 1848* The revolution of 1848 was an outstanding moment in the life of the Ro- manian people: Never before had Romanians so decisively risen with a view to achieve national and social freedom. The revolution's aim was to overthrow the old disintegrating feudal social order and to establish a new bourgeois order like that in England and France. Moreover, Romanians wanted to be freed from foreign domination, to be united in a national independent state, and to see revolutionary ideas spread in Eastern Europe. In order to accom- plish this daring program, the revolution of 1848 marshaled all the national political forces-the masses and their leaders-who sacrificed themselves for the common cause. One leader of the revolution in Wallachia was Ion Heliade Radulescu-com- A monly known as Eliade. A member of the bourgeoisie, he embodied the inter- ests of his social class. But he also had significant views on the progress and possibilities of the Romanian nation. Bom in 1802, Eliade grew up in a period of political unrest and social contradictions throughout the Danubian princi- palities as well as in the Romanian regions of Habsburg
Southeastern Europe – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1979
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